I have Webroot Secure Anywhere. I also use Endicia Dazzle postage program for my business. They recently had an upgrade to their software, and as soon as I upgraded, I could no longer paste addresses into the program. As in, right clicking an address and then trying to right click and paste or Ctrl-V into the program wouldn't work. After about a week of back and forth with support, they finally asked me if I had Webroot. I was kind of surprised, but I said I did. They asked me to shut it down and try to paste. Paste was working again!! They said they didn't know what the fix was, but they were trying to work on it. So I have to shut down Webroot to use this program.
I noticed I started having the same problem after installation with another program, but I never associated it with Webroot. So I tried this same fix, and sure enough, paste started to work in that program as well after Webroot was shut down. So I have to shut down Webroot when working in THAT program, too.
The other issue I started experiencing was the num lock keys intermittently not working, even when Num Lock is ON, when filling in forms. If you use it in, say, the URL bar, it works fine, but if I am trying to fill out an order form on a web site, it acts as though I have it set to using the arrow keys. If I hit Num Lock on and off over and over a few times, it will sometimes work for awhile but then quit again. I tried different keyboards, updating drivers, changing browsers, and then it occurred to me - could it be Webroot? Sure enough, when turning off Webroot, the issue resolves.
I find myself having Webroot off more than on, which sort of defeats the purpose of having antivirus. Is there anything that can be done about these issues or does anyone know why it happens??
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